Many corporates are becoming increasingly anxious about the morale oftheir staff. Gloomy perspectives of South Africa and its future andafro-pessimism negatively effect workplace productivity. Yet SouthAfrica has made remarkable progress since 1994 and is paving the wayfor a genuine African renaissance.
There is an abundance of good news here and every reason tobe optimistic about our future. As business leaders, we have aresponsibility to ensure that every employee is made aware of ourremarkable progress.
We believe that if employees are optimistic about South Africa's futureand have a perspective that "things are getting better" there will bemany business opportunities that present themselves not the least ofwhich are improved productivity, creativity, morale and customerservice. To assist with the development of managers and staff and to create a "good news vibe" in your company we offer the following range of products.
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Tel: 083 4476305
Thank you for organising Steuart to come and present to us. He was amazing. Everyone really enjoyed his presentation. Tell Steuart we really appreciate his time with us.
Adele Westlake Regional Co-ordinator: Business Development: Glacier Insurance (November 2012)
SA – the Good News:
The business of SA – the Good News is to change the narrative out of South Africa and Africa. We believe strongly that news should be balanced, contextual and truthful; that news should inform both the good and the bad; and that news should enable citizens to hold a narrative that informs a positive prophesy of the future. It is our firm conviction that if citizens understand the good they are much more prepared to make a positive difference to the bad.
WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES AND HOW MUCH PROGRESS?
The dawn of 20 years of democracy is upon us. Are we building the kind of country we want for our children? Are we celebrating achievements while also confronting challenges? Is there a clear vision for the future of South Africa? Steuart Pennington’s latest book - the 10th in the Good News series - provides thought provoking views and insightful perspectives to tough questions and real concerns about South Africa.
25 “True or False” chapters confronting our daily narrative
42 Prominent South African and international contributors
The 224-page book is beautifully illustrated, with more than 200 “Fast Facts”, tables, graphs and images.
With contributions from:
Thabo Mbeki, FW de Klerk, Patricia de Lille, Roelf Meyer, Johnny Clegg, Smuts Ngonyama, Nick Mallet, Adrian Gore, Laurie Dippenaar, Ferial Haffajee and many more prominent South Africans.
We have produced an A5-size pocket book that contains a brief summary of the 56 chapters contained in our books; South Africa – The Good News, South Africa – More Good News and South Africa 2014: The Story of our Future.
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